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PseudoKiller

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#1
Seems a family of Raccoons have moved in on the patio next to mine... Mom and her 4 bratty kids...




 
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PseudoKiller

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#6
nah... why kill them, they can be relocated. Lots of parks near by plus I only have a 9mm Beretta and I was afraid of richocet.
 

xsivforce

Prodigal Son
#9
Racco0ns, like humans, are constantly tending to the basic needs for food and shelter. They find both near us. While they may be just curious, they are probably in search of food and usually are not aggressive unless cornered, mating, or with young. Send them off with a good dousing of water from the hose or a bucket of water. Instruct and remind children not to approach, touch or feed them. Racco0ns seldom bother cats unless the cat is territorial and aggressive. Kittens, especially if out at night, may be seen as prey. Store pet food in heavy-duty plastic containers with tamper-resistant lids. Try talking to your neighbors, one of more of whom may deliberately feed racco0ns because they are so cute. Try to discourage this practice by reminding neighbors not to leave out pet food dishes and to store pet food securely. Use pet doors at your own risk. Lock them at night, if possible, or you may be surprised to discover that a skunk, opossum, or racco0n has invited itself into your home. Some newer models can be opened only by pets wearing a special magnetic collar.
 

rushm001

In the beginning......
Political User
#13
Originally posted by xsivforce
Racco0ns seldom bother cats unless the cat is territorial and aggressive. Kittens, especially if out at night, may be seen as prey.
Someone better tell Jewelzz, she has got a pet pussy.

Hey how is that kitten by the way, any updated pictures?
 

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